Iraq: Is it getting safer? - The Economist

Iraq: Is it getting safer?

Iraq: Is it getting safer? - The Economist
Iraq: Is it getting safer?
Published Sep 11, 2004
1216 words — Published Sep 11, 2004
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The interim government is struggling to improve Iraq's security TWO months after Iyad Allawi's caretaker government formally took over from an American proconsul, there is no sign that it is making Iraq safer. Apart from the Kurdish...

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